Humboldt High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Humboldt, SD)

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If in any way memories- are recalled which increase your loyalty and respect for Humboldt High School, our annual has indeed accomplished its purpose. -4.. :lynn I' H E M E Pioneering and prog- ess have always been the by-words of the American Youth. In all fields of Science and in all stages of development they have pressed forward with theb unfaltering purpose to press back the bounds of human knowledge and prog- ress to better things. The object of this Annual is to express that determination of the students to progress be- yond the pioneering ef- forts of their predec- essors and, by adding their efforts to those of preceding ones, prog- ress to better things M I. al.. 'Q' 2,1 .I . , , .x . n ff. .I ,I -'-1" N .s- N 4. 1 " '51 . . I , 1 23 , 1 , . I II, ,. I . ,N J. N " - i fx :XI , Wg :I I.,w,I , '78 I -H74 " 2 14.54. I ,rx QRQQKS gk'- , I f' L . ,, II , I P- by ggx,,fI" 'I ' ,F 'X f, , N .135 - .' -' Ld 1 LJ-' .'.. H. s ' - 7- ,-'rI I - L ,f I w I. V If 1 . 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John Clemensen Owen Larson Schievelbein Larson Officers Members Fred Scneivelbein -g- Tweed Fred Schievelbein ...John Clemensen ...Donald Masters ...William Gable Ed Tilgner 'Christ Tweed URRICULUM Humboldt Consolidated High School, accredited by the Department of Public Instruction,offers a carefully plan- ned Course to prepare the youth of today for progress in activity and alertness of mind. It is required that every student,before being grad- uated,takes four years of English.Emphasis is placed upon Grammar, Literature, Journalism, Dramatics, Speech, and Compostition. The Natural Science Department offers courses in Gen eral Science, Biology, Botany, and Physics. The Smith-Hughes Method of L-Iomemaxing is taught to all girls who are interested in home management. For the boys who are interested in Manual arts, Mec- hanical Drawing, and Manual Training are offered. Two years of Mathematics are required, Algebra, and Plane Geometry. World History, American History, Civics, and Econom- ics make up the course in Social Science. Those interested in work along the commercial line may take Typing, Shorthand, and Bookkeeping. Tao years of Latin are offered, Grammar and Caesar. Extra curriculum activities are: Basketball, Band, Glee Club, Plays, Declamction, Home Ec. Club, Class Part- ies, the Hi-Crier, and the Pioneer. -9- SUPERI NTENDENT ' F ......-..- Y ' P i I i l F I I I i i 5 I I L HSTEHD Hunter Eastern Normal Coach for the Colorado State College first B. Team B. S. Degree Industrial Arts -10- Q lv' ll 7 I7 ,J fl' . 41 I ko" Q1 if yi N I Ani, A-' AJ 4 lax 5 A H 1 if l l Y Q if ll YY' 5 ' JL, y P Cf ll LT Y 1 r I rl ' l f , r in , KF V Rf, J f 4, v A w,, W g ,J Miss Storsve Miss Rose Miss Cruickshank Mr. Bofmnn Miss Bergin Miss Storsve Miss Rose Stote College Augustana College B.S. Degree B.A. Degree Algebra, Geometry Physics, Biology English and American Literature, Civics Economics, Latin Botany Miss Cruickshank W Miss Bergin Mr. Bormen Dakota Wesleyan State College University of University or B.B. Degree Minnesota Minnesota B.B.A. Degree B.A. Degree General Science Principal World History English I 8 II Home Economics Typing, Book- Glee Club, Band keeping, Short- Community A hand, American Civics History 411- 4' ..- , x., . , -J 1 . X x U' 7 f ff .1 Ns, I f 1 f qw JW M , fx H V . al 10 F 1-Mig A X, Q X .,. , :as-f. 1 A zz, . if- - 4.-7',.""4 f ' fx - T 4 H N Af' +311 ' -A Q H ., 1 s u ,-er 3, J A, P- wif- -:f AJ., .Q ,vw f , . , - -. ,Q ,, .- Ysjcg, 47 -- iff " - -uf f I' ' . 5. V . -V... 4 .M Xt -,. 'iz-4' ,r-rw S D111 "EQ: W' 'N ' 1.-... ' .- .4,-,-:.f-. :Nu 'T xx:-..,g,, shrug x ..,. "r I S . -'! 5 f'3. 1 1:--:F I rw' ' - - lv QA 'K+' V X.. -x - 'ff L A..-' ,vw Q .f . E E .x if Cx t J h rf, nun! U, 1 zu ."3'f M 'N 9 F A. p , UT UL El Z Lu U1 ff? Qiw L..... CLASS OFFICERS President ........ ...Elwood Ideker Vice President .......... ...Melvin Putzke Secretary and Treasurer... .... Connie Merrigan Class Advisor ........... ...... Mr. Borman CLAQB MOTTO We Have Crossed the Bay, the Ocean Lies Before us. CLA55 COLORS Blue and Silver CLABB FLOWER Pink Carnation -15- at n JK My Reporter of Grade Activities on Hi Crier Business Manager of Annual President of Junior Class Student Council Plays ff , ' . N ,I , , J , 4, n iff! l M cl il1Jq,,,,p, 4' , h lyf f , I . f . V Q , 1 f 1 Virginia Bucnneim.!fM ' ' L! ffil 5 ' ,. iy 'l 1" . ,ff Lmggpkica Reporter df Hi Crier 4-fffff ti.tort-ir1jZ21if.,iQW3f ,annual U, V,r.!3lays It f AM, W KZ, I .I W! I QA W If QU af 1 bf . Everett Dubbe Manual Training Reporter of Hi Crier Faculty Editor of Annual . Plays -l7- 4,1 f Y , A I" "9 ' , . A V .N . C 'rw - I A -uhm 435 Roger ingelhardt . , Circulating Editor of Annual ' Exchange Editor of Hi Crier 1 Stage Manager of Class Pley Band 1' f f:,f,wfo04f""ni 3 ,!Lf 'CZZAAL Arline Farr 0C4'LA!7L .Home Economics Reporter of Hi Crier T Three years at Hartford High C ' Typist of Annual 'Ai 1 PlWnAd g4gjl LLL? f fi fy41 X A ' MVN5rL!MATi1yJ figA'j Jqj1r17QbjfALiTf. Q40 ' .-Ucilmore '- 71' NNV'FfLp'j " Y ' I -rvW'J - . . horthano Q Typing Reporter of H1 Crier H Clee Club Editor of Annual f ' Declamntory Glea Club Band Plays YY' Robert Goodbarn Treasurer of Student Council Editor-in-Chief of Hi Crler Sports Editor of Annual Basketball Plays X 1,4 I' ,f . I, ff f 1' f ff'U'K 0" XJ f..f:r4'fl""' 'Z fm Eugene Gordon Science Reporter of Hi Crier President of Sophomore Class Carnival Editor of Annual Pldvs - .1 Earl Harden Calendar of Events mditor of Annual . dsketball 4LLMA,N Plays I3a1r1ci 1 ,, , , , ll ,tr- -x- ., I Helen Harden Physics Reporter of Hi Crier Lorna Heiden History Reporter of Hi Crier Sophomore Play 0 . , . l,.. Q ,. ix , QQ H XXX! wl4U-IAJ , gy, f , g..Q,,!LU 111111 ffLp 'fiffevefflq . vLFY.,L,M - K7 A I -W4 . , f-V1,v5'L' . - 5 F Elwood Ideker Senior Class Editor of Hi Crier ij! Senior Class President 1 Band Editor of Annual X - -student Council Plays , ' X Bclfld I A -20- it K C NX ij' , :qua - -- - -ti- I , -ng? , -F is.-,- Q3 E ., gl i ,f 1' , or yew 71,11 ,V ' n K Maxine Lofswold 1 f English Reporter of Hi Crier MW M Marcia Mangan Feature Editor of Hi Crier Member of Student Council Feature Editor of annual Junior Vic f'e- PramzJ it PL1.aLy'S 11 iw 1 Connie Merrigan Secretary-Treasu er of Senior Class Mimeograph Operator of Annual Sport Reporter of Hi Crier Basketball Plays Band -21- ,,,.-nw ,...,,'i"'? Q .P , em , A 3 lvl ,bt . V f Jw F1 1 V 'lf Mfr 'fx' !Jyf,f,fJ'C KK QJNUOK 1 il!! l A X 1 , WX , A I V .1 .kv Wxwib Uwpx ,'ll" r M + P 7 P MA Krogg K y'f Marjorie Moore Mimeograph Gpewator of Annual One Year at H4rtford High Typist of Hi Crier Plays P ' Melvin Putzke , ,I , X, kt A ' P Editorial Editor of Hi Crier Feature Editor of Annual Senior Vice President Plays Wanda Peters Senior Class Editor of Annual Junior Secretary k Treasurer Social Reporter of Hi Crier Glee Club Plays -22- Band ww ' P W mf P - fry, GJ 1 X5 ,f A ' Mildred Slocum 'W dplusic Reporter of Hi Crier Q4 Freshman President f- Glee Club Plays Magdalene bpielman 'Matnematics R porter of Hi Crier Declamntory Editor of Annual sophomore Play , X Lois Tinkham Library Reporter of Hi Crier Assistant Editor of Annual Two years at Colton High Junior Play -23- x nk if A, WM "'i"'W ff Highest Highest Highest Highest Highest Highest Ranking Ranking Ranking Ranking Ranking Ranking Elaine Woodley Economics Reporter of Hi Crier Advertising Manager of Play Glee Club HONOR STUDENTS Girl .... ....Elda Buchheim Boy...... ....... Everett Dubbe SECOND PLACE Girl Boy. ld Girl Boy. ........Virginia Buchheim IRD PLACE -24- ....Bob Goodbarn ....Lois Tinkham Melvin Putzke ii? -4 SENIOR CLAS3 HISTGRY Our class first originated in 1935 with forty-three members. The upper classmen welcomed us by an initiation party. Shortly afterwards,we gave them a party in return. The members gradually became accustomed to high School life. They took active parts in all school activi- ties. Our first attempt in dramaticg was the Freshmen class play, a comedy, HDeacon-Dubbsn, which was directed by Miss Hertha Bach. We'll never for et when Deacon Dubbs fMelvin Putzkej and Rawdon Crawley ilillwood Idekerl fell into the well. WThe Old Fashioned Motheru a more serious play was presented during our Sophomore year. Our third attempt was WO KayW,which was directed by Miss Lois Rose. Not until after this play Elda Buchheim the detective, learned how to handle a gun. The last play was the mys tery-comedy, UThe Night Owln, directed by iMiss 'Nellie Storsve. Sports was well represented by our class. Bob Good- barn and Connie Merrigan, became outstanding players in Basketball. Not only in dramatics and sports were the members active, but also, in musiq journalism, and minor activi- ties. During our Junior year we put on tne Junior-Senior Banquet in a circus fashion. In the senior year,we edited the WHi Criern, the school paper for which Bob Goodbarn was the editor. Many Seniors were also members of the 1937 annual staff. When our class first started High School, we were very timid and insignificant in the sight of the upper classmeng but we sought companionship 'and consolation among ourselves. Ever since, we have planned together, worked together, and played together in almost perfect harmony. We give credit to this fact for our being successful in whatever we tried to accomplish. We want to remember our social affairs as well as our school work. We have had house parties, theatre part- ies and sleigh riding parties and picnics. Once we all dressed as hoboes and had our party in a barn. Then came our last days of school, which were filled with such events as skip day, Bacclaurette, Class night and graduation. We were thrilled for these few moments, yet all the while we knew these days meant Ngoodbyen to dear old WHumboldt Hin. -25- 0 l UW Pr Q X X X, 4 N9 x 1 fwvfyf T J JW --P Aff- fd w Q '1 17' 525--Q -M 111' "" f-1: ' ,, 1 'L DD , if M M Q, 1 aff , ,lb - ,.. N- ..-.. ......-..,.,......-- . , ,lf N , W . fy ,JU . " 7 ' gf X - ' lf mf? y l ,L ,Ll W V X - wrfv UU, I A I N jf f ij ' 47 A! If I .fv1ZJ,'f',47 41:1 X J ' ll 4 ., fvllj Ill In! 'M 5 Lukjg , . X , I ' Ly. 1 Ll My X lf' Sl. DMV of UWVJ - HAM - if ,iff 1 flex NL 5 KJ I 1 nlfvfmy NWN'0RS ff! 'l H' X 4 mbsf? il ' ' 1 M W A Mfg? n il? f Wil ,ff MX M, L X Q 5 W fc S xv I, , Q N E', :U , 'Ari I . f I Y 5 r' Kg . .,-', . Y ,J X 1 lib! ' fy i 5 p ,U ':!,f'.f' lx 0 fit ' J r' I! . Cixj,ydX4'xJ fr. 5 iw. K r 'VI ! 1' ' R 1 X ' Z ' l.W'J i': il 9 1 ggi? Q AZ my , J f Q X H X' ' Q T X5 K Fourth Row: Bob Cnalberg, Cecil Farr, Jeme Kndogg, Emil arms, Jack McDonnell, Mike Ewen, Franc' arson, John ersing, Howard Kapaung Third Rong Je' ne Marie Feyder, 0 ermi-t Kruse, Stanley Putzk-9, Derwood hisenberg, James NK , McNabb, Charles Crippen, Eunice Martin, Elva Pippett, ir finia McDonnell' Second Row: Arne Manson Da Jhene - fa J 4' Q Q f 3XGroenveld, Irene Larson, Lloyd lfiaraen, Yvonne O'Dea, Rob- xert Gallagher-V. Mae Senncr, Shirley Tweed, Darlene Rann, Miss Rose, lflrlvt Row: Jobephine riruse, Evelyn Crippen, , Rosella 2,91-3 3-mfi,"1n, Alton Johnson, Evelyn Rehfcldt, J- Dorothy Iiaarcicn, 'Mdys Hales, Lola lietchnm, Grace Kapaun. jk Mrzvnla Docrrf - ffl? fu-f-e.!,!f,j4-yffl 'rv-L44 X114 f . ' 1 h W' ,V J 1' 7 VAT' X 7, ,,l V 'Q x , IWW ,lf x pfj ' 7 D lf fl" 28 y OJ fp' M' ' ' Q ,wif 11 WW X ,J 47' ' , 1' V L nf V" lj E, WW 'nf -ww af ' 'C U71 c.l"AgK":',v K 1 'ii 1:11 , n JUN foul cuss GFFICERS K President...... ....Francis Presidentiilyiillil Olli Secretary and Treesurer......Stenley 5 ' 1 Class Adviser ........... ...:..Mi The Junior Class of 1937, consisting have the largest enrollment of any class The aim of this class is to have the ting largest but also the most active. Larson McNabb Putzke s Rose of thirty-nine, in High School. largest gradua- class in the history of Humboldt Highg not only the The Junior Class is outstanding for its scholastic ability. This is proven by the fact that they have many more on the Honor Roll than any other class. Their outstanding activities, for the year were the Junior Play NA Merry Dedthn, directed by Miss Lois Cruick shank and the Junior-Senior Bnnquet which was held in the High School Auditorium on Saturday, April Eighth. .Miss Lois Rose the Junior Class adviser was in charge of the arrangements. -29- flax ff: F I Ln Q 2 Q I FL III t, K X Q x x X E wi X V W , X . . ' ' x' I X 7 5 is la U ,A ,,..-. .......,-.....-.-.-..i.....-...g- A A-'rd'-,.f. L , 5, ""' G-lbvfzfaq sw . 4? J r L if 1 + ' X23 is as -Y 'X SOPHGMORES X SX- .K 1 I P E N -4 Y l fxwi GQ I X V , '3 94 fs gg .X 5 Q I TH X Ns - -a .Q X -' N- -xx 'Y XXRX3 N x 1 QQ 4 - x I XLS 5 Q 5 g , 3 'vp A Sxs FK 'J J xxx Fourth Row: Carlyle Eisenberg, Arvid Clemensen, Martha Dreyer, Ray Peters, John O'Hara5 Third Row: Dorothy Dubbe, Robert O'Hara, Batie Lewin, Ada Kluck, Gene Good- barn, Mary Tinkham, Curtiss Larson, Jerry Buus, Rachel Getzin, Hobart Liasg Second Row: Grant Parker, Gene Zimmer, Fred Schultd, Hollis Larson, Eva Ideker, Lavon Fehlhaber, Gertrude Kortman, Elpha Schievelbeing First Row: Ursula Even, Murgert Henrichs, Enoch Johnson, Miss Storsve, Louise kiutges, Marcella Meyer, Eunice Wuertz, Sylvia Theel. QM?Q!s , , -fggg- M ii ' I nu-1 ' fffA--- -- -n 'iq-k, -.,. -..- .SOPHOMORE CLASSPOFHCEXRS I President................Lavon Fehlhaber Vice President..... ...... ....Hobart Lies Secretary and Treasurer .... Dorothy Dubbe Class Adviser...............Miss Storsve We the Sophomore Class endeavor to be better citizens in school, community and home and aim to march onward through our remaining school years with good sportsmanship. The enrollment of the Sophomore Class at the begin- ning of the term,consisted of thirty-five pupils. Since then our classmates, Rachel O'Hara, Venola Crippen and Hulda Peterson have moved from this district. The Soph- more class has taken an active part in various school activities. They gave the usual Halloween Party on Oct- ober 29 which was a great success. The program consisted of a Major Bowes Program and Sophomore Prophecies. The main amusement was an indoor track meet, directed by Mr. Hunter. Refreshments were served after the entertainment. -53- 4 11.1,' 1 I 2 T Ln 4 , LU' I EE , " h-111 v 3 ff' Z3 J, N . Q! xjfdx lf' ,..., ..... ,-... - --- ------Q-A---f-:QZL-'f' iw jr 1 ' I VX ,.,-,,.f-'-""'f . Jn xx , , J x P"A,, .-Af' 3 tqe'5 ' ,,j ,' K, il ,Y af KV fy 1 f ' V i ' 1 1 E 4 I X I I 1 Fourth Row: Dennis dnxce, lla Pippett, Edward Etteldorf, Patricia Kapaun, Cforse Jergensen, Edwnrd Hortleg Third Row: Donald Lotswoid, Gertrude Webster, Dorothy Mc- Donnell, James Scnievelbein, Glen Ketchem, Berdine Buusg Second Row: Vernique Heecy, Patricia Buchheim, Dorothy Bunning, Mildred LePierre, Peter Cortmaker, Lois Harden, Hazel Brandt, Miss Berging First Rowg Marcella Fox, Mary Preston, Inez Friske, Martin Gilmore, Robert Holmberg, Robert Johnson. Q , X td f '56' M , M3 X J JMX til, " Wyaq' .4- ' Q., FRESHhAEN CLASS CHFICERS President .............. ...Martin Gilmore Vice President ........... .... Patricia Kapaun Secretary and Treasurer. ...... Dorothy Bunning I Class Adviser ..................... Miss Bergin At the beginning of the year of 1936 the Freshmen Class consisted of twenty-eight pupils. Within the first weeks, two pupils dropped from school. In September the class welcomed three new pupils, Gertrude Webster, Peter Gortmaker, and George Jorgenson. In November, a student, and m ch liked member of the class, Theodore Nicolay moved to California with his family. Again, during the month of March,the class lost three members, Dorothy Jean and Charles Barns, and David Peterson. Later in Wmarch Mildred LaPierre enrolled, adding one more to the class. INITIATION Initiation was held for the Freshmen, September ninth, tenth, and eleventh. During these days the Fresh- men glrls were allowed to wear no Jewelry nor cosmetics. They wore their hair straight, gunny sack trousers, and onions tied around their necks. The boys wore fdresses, Jewelry, ribbons in their hair, and rouge on their lips, and cheeks. Both boys and girls 'quite awkwardly rode sticks and when they failed to regard the rules they had to take off their shoes and soc 3 g and walk on sticky fly- paper. When each new pupil had been forced to do every thing from sitting in a tub of cold water to picking up a live snake, he felt that he had been thoroughly initia- ted. f-sv- .. ' 41 3, . gain. .si 'H+ ' ' E -1'- it .Q,,.,-:3'f2. I-5'-QI "-..V tg' . Q Ax I 1 ' 3 ', I I ' :1 . Q, I1 vlan, .r k 'QA' 2 X . . 1, w ' , gg .1 pt .- . ,: , , - u 5 I -f 5 ' ,- J . nb 1-"'N"' A gow' . 0 '-4' H 5 1 'HA 'fra' -1 'gakfvf' Htaii tpvw T E ,,' ' -, 4 3: 5 g s " - - ' A011 I -X: L:i - K ' ' f Q . 5 1 j X ,... , 1' ,- V ' ' "1 A am N 'g :IT ' 31l 1 52 7 !'i WL' --1'fi'- FW gi . if 1 .W . fn I ' .I I . -J y 622522-1-s I Y 'lr u ':,'f"5'i'5:""" f , Q' 13- ..:,,,:,. QQ. ,I 'I . M' '- 2 ' . + 'f' . P, X v K -L . i z. -fr K dl I I 5 qm 41 f . 1 , . :iii l iv FSA 4. . "0 '4 . 2 ' - 'af 1- ,AL .f"' 1- ,. . f W, Q LE ,,.. ' gpg? . . , ' fm! Q " I ,nc ' --....:v ' " ' .I ' . .K S I. N -., ' g1,, M ' ' . an I jf '. 'W "":-:'f-ffl I -7' X 1 , 3 f"""""- N. 'Ti' ' 'QQ' 'fx . ---- . - f U l. ,..--. ,VN Bs I , -. ,.c-"iffy,--..-1.1 rs. D ,Av . Q. , ' 'L-... Je A ur ' r V A , ., .,-WY-WW' A .,.k.qvg-OM" ' 'Pk' X X 4 ....,,,..g. fx, . fa, 515, Q. "NL .-.,, - ' fl 5 V ,A .., "-'t2."rg.- 'Y ,ag '-"' ' S-.. V , ' A w i-'ff' .-' V . 4.4. 5 ? .'. ORGA NIZA WONS ,X J . Xgaf X BAND I The school band was organized by Miss Cruickshank early last fall. The band consists of nineteen members from both the High School and Grades. Miss Cruickshank also organized a pep band which played at all of the basketball games. This band accompanied the team to Bridgewater for the tournament. SCHOOL BAND Clarinets: Elwood Ideker, Connie Merrigan, Lois Rose, Martin Gilmore, Patricia Buchheim, Berdine Buusg Cornets: Earl Harden, Hobart Lias, Catherine Harden,James Schievel bein, Edward Hartle, Leighton Larson, Saxophone: Agnes Gilmore, Drums: Frances Larson, Rachel Getz1n5Bass: Roger Englehardtg Baritones: Lloyd Harden, Gail Goodbarng Troma bone: Lillian Dubbe. PEP BAND Cornets: Earl Harden, Hobart Liasg Clarinets: Elwood Ideker, Lois Rose, Baritone: Lloyd Harden, Saxophone: Agnes Gilmore, Bass: Roger Englehardtg Bass Drum: Rachel Getzing Snare Drum: Francis Larson, -42- lx uP -AW -,-.-...-r ' , -4 , GLEE CLUB ,l 555, no 32552 ' Q 'Dv gs, Q Y r ' will 'Off ' L .xi ,AJ Z W 2. "fc i s 3 XX sr TVT M vl V'v 3 Y 5 'Rh 6443 " u Q Elbijg 7 IVFQ w451f,x at pf s P S M V x Fourth Row: Elva Pippett, lla Pippett, Patricia Kapaun, Agnes Gilmore, Martha Dreyer, Dorothy Dubbe, Mary Alice Tinkham, Virginia McDonnell, Third Row: Jeanne Marie Feyder, Wanda Peters, Gene Goodbarn, Lavon Fehlhaber, Dorothy McDonnell, dlpha Schievelbein, Gertrude Kortman, Second Row: Miss Lois Grnimkshnnk, Berdine Buus, Mildred Slocum, Mae Senner, Irene Larson, Rachel Getzin, Elda Buchheim, Miss Gpal Peterson, First Row: Elaine Woodley, Marcella Fox, Eunice Wuertz, Eva ldeker, Dorothy Bunning, Mary Preston, Ursula Even, Grace Kapuun. NX E fi i E I . fx ,g V i 1 M L , lg ' I N . MW -43- ,mas I -1:-HE' 31,21 ,,.,...---- fx x - ' " ""' . 5. -I -. ' ' 'IRQ' ...-..' skfauo-., kkg wo... Ohowkl Bo J i563 wut.. Success comes fu 'HYISC Miko ive, 'iffu-xx' J55C""':'9h- .In BN 'fkaf y,.,.., J-'I rvygljaav kxux. 'SRL Wuix 'fp Cla Jima LJ. ,M law? Qyqilkk Q. E E SY 'qxff F1 2? Ixvxw XM Bb , ' v iMiKe Even . .... F. RyyeQg,mU 5 'x E -! C. ,. 3 H' MA ww Emil Harms..Capt..F 'I 4 f FN E g x'xQx - .-AA .f X Xf L Xa, Q SCHEDULE '1Humbo1dt-28-Hrirtforrif ---22 3Humbo1dtn38-Chester ----- 16 fHumbo1dt-Q7-Bridgewater-25 gHumbo1dt-41-Montrose ----- 5 QHumbo1dt-29-Canistota---26 QHumbo1dt-Z7-Spencer ----- 22 1Humbo1dt-03-Salem ------- 15 :Humboldt-34-Madison ----- 16 jHumbo1dtw19-Flandreau---25 fMumbo1dt-Z3-Madison ----- 16 1 1" a ' W in '1 k , 1 Q, I E Kbx gRay Peters........G. 5 :k 1 't ,N X fy? A .If -53 FI' 3: 'Z ci! fy I in "3 Mfg J-f ff' , 1 449 I xy 25 - ,E r u a a :Cn ,:1. 111 ,-I Y - S Coach 1 Huntgi 2 1 V ,.q, Q ,, ' f . wx ' p 1 Xu 4k 1 an 1 I X 'SX Ajf Humboldt-45-Spencer ----- 20 XX 4 2 Humboldt-22-Madison ----- l4f3 ' 'Z :'Humbo1dt-19-Salem ------- 18iq 1 .QHumboldt-31-Canistota---18,Q H Connie Merrigan..F.i.Humboldt-22-Harrisburg--192Arvid C Emensen..G. 1 ' 15 MHumbo1dt 29-Hartford ---- 2711 f' , 1 ,lfkW1 My t.Humbo1dt 54-canisnota---27 1 1 f1aHumbo1dt-57-Marion ------ 20 JAMA7 ,WN 5Humboldt-21-Bridgewater-22 1 W Lgx f dgwumboldt-44-Spencer ----- 11 1 V , 'f ,W Humboldt-47-Marion ---- --19 j ,.fbQ'1' Humboldt-51-Marion ------ 16 . vhpk ,K Q1Humbo1dt-24-Cathedra1---52 dfigs Q X' 15Humbo1dt-23-Cathedra1---22 Vblz 1 M 1 ,JHumboldt-21-Bridgewater-11 f NJX' 1 3 :Q R QLJQCK McDonna1l.C5jj '45- 53366 dh 1 jaw .m.WM.mMM mh:wf ...... - 'H H'W '1 , -f ,, .T4::-3 Y L.- '-N -..- 6' K 6!AWcL+' A. I D atb? jiifj?h LQ LPQLWCL, iE0uVj A" SECQND I3ASI'QETI3ALl TEAM il y Gene Zimmer, Mr. borman, Ldwaro Ltteldorf, J James Snievelbein, John C'Heru, Betie Lewin, JD Jerry Buus, Earl Harden, Martin Gilmore. At the beginning of the l956-37 season, it was very apparent that no one player would nave e position assured on the second team. Practically all of the players on the previous team had graduuted or were then members of the regular High School squad. The team was chosen from Freshmen and Sophomore classes with the exception of two upper classmen. As most of the boys lived in rural homes their practicing time was limited only to noon hours.Consistent practice enable the teen to cbnptto with Hceuna i,.gl of otncr schools on the sumo np,nt that our izrst term pllyed against tue first team of ine sqm, scnooi. -47- X . ... - -.slnnm--- aZslS-u1u1.-.u-oun- - w ,...-f"""'.p-'.,' REVIEW QF THE SEASON The Humboldt High School Comets started the season off with a bang as they won their first eight games before being downed by the Flamdgeau Indians at the invitational tournament held at Arlington New Years Day. Among their first eight victims were included: Hartford, Chester, Bridgewater, Montrose, Canistota, Spencer,1 I Salem, and Madison. They suffered their first defeat at the invitation al tournament at Arlington January lst as they were de- feated 25-l9 by the flashy Flandreau Indians. The Comets then went out and took consolation honors from the Madi- son Bulldogs E5-l6. The team then won 6 straight games before entering the District 22 Tournament at Bridgewater. After losing a 22-21 decision to Bridgewaterin the semi finals,the Comets swamped the Spencer Cardinals 44-22 to capture consolation honors of the tournament. Humboldt advanced into the semi finals by defeating Canistota 54-27 and the Marion Bears 37-20. In finishing their games for the season the Comets took two games from the Marion Bears, split two games with Sioux Falls Cathedral, and then swamped the Bridge- water Wildcats to capture the Corn Belt Conference Championship. The Humboldt High School Comets set a record for future teams to shoot at by winning 22 out of 25 games played. Another record that will be hard to beat is that of winning all of their conference games during the 1956 37 season. The following players were honored by being chosen for the All-Conference and All-District teams, Bob Goodbarn ...... All-Conference and All-District Center Mike Even ........................... All-District Forward Emil Harms ....................... ,alludonference Forward Arvid Clemensen ..................... all-Conference Guard Ray Peters ..... All-District and 2nd All-Conference Guard 41' if . I ' . '45- J 'U L' K 4494.1 l ia! A -YL ,-1.f.,4,1,,.-lfjff ff- ,fi ff vb A A . , A A Y .-V ,A ' W I U A ' , 1 It I Y , A J .4 - ' r 3. ,-V X- H I.. EQ L E ,Dx if l Il X ,ZW 1 4' . lv A r' ' , Q l 4,' ,L o 'W ', f .1 is 6 , ' f Y04'L F! QLocomotlveD Go teamff--go, H-U-M-B-O-L-D-T Tootle Go teem---go, H-U-M-B-O-L-D-T 2vt':m nigh, H-U-M-B-O-L-D-T A comet, a comet hi, -o law, Humboldt! A suooting star Qu fl -'go Humboldt High Scnool Here we are. Blue and gold--fight, fight l-2-5-4, BME-l-4 Blue and gold--fight, fight who for? what for? Who fight--Who fight Who you going to yell for Blue and gold--fight, fight. Humboldt! or Comets! Yea blue, Yeu gold, Yea Yea blue and gold. 3 1 -2 -49- 1.- ..- nu up .- on n 0 1' .-T552-J u...-. 5' Lau fs.. Y ,JE X 1-.7U'Nv-n -1 J ', . . V:-' 3225? .. 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Q , 1,5 ' ,, , ..A,5.v, 4.1, ,.- , V W v ...ry .r , ' VW, '-1.'k."f" TP.: ' V, 1'-'1 , ',f:',, .-.' ' v 'ruff '--- 7,1 n .r , 1 , 2 V., . 1' '23-.73 - L - .gn ,. , W V,-,N .. x .x ,-",-,r A ,. ,- .' . . ,,,' - ,j-f. .',- I f V,-Q' X, 1:5-. V f -.r .L wr! --- -- 2 f ,411-,ef ..:.Y . .-.Vu Q. , ' "I-:If iQ,, V1,l'g',g--T, .l,,g.j A ,1 fr: :gif . 4. L A H l . .x,,,,., ,, 5-13, A -f ,... it1pFQ5.,,1 . i, wif ni! . -V ' Q ,E -j .' 1"-":a -L . -Lf':':"2:9, , L , .' -'J .-1 ft I V QPIZW 1. ..v. , 1 .av-. . ,Ji-V .kjwfif 3-759,-lug' 5, 53?-1, ua s' -gpg Krew L - ' " wg-1.,.'i -I-JJ. .2 .. xY,.,.,.,,-., J- :Q -. 'V f '-- x ,X I V , .., 5-mvrn' ,,. 1 L, .rf ,mir L-Q. V ,' ' ,Q , . . Ly-.-vu-an .. , 5 -. .X : .fd ,J- . .G I I-,. 4 ik" , .Y - , ,. ,,- ,JI JA 5 . - 3' iii' -115 C 354' , v y N Y '--f. zq- .MQ f '31 '+ -- 1-fm, 1 , , .41,, ' r ' 1 AIX!NL!AL STAFF The following students are instrumental in putting out Our second arruil Editor ........... Assistant hditor.,. 4 ...virginia Buchheim i .................Lois Tinkham Business morzger.... .,.. ....................Elda Buchheiml Advertising mauager.........Arvid Clemensen, Bob Chalberg Circulativn Menagers...Gertrude Kortman, Roger Engelhardt Faculty Editor ........ Senior Class Editor... Junior Class Editor... Sophomore Class Editor Freshmen Class Editor. Activity Editors Band ................ Glee Club ....... Plays ...... .... Declamation .... Carnival ........ Feature Editors .... Sports Editor... Art Editor ........ . Photographer ........ Calendar of Events... Home Ec. Club ......... Mimeograph Operators.. Typist. ............. . Advisor -..... ......... ......................Everett Dubbe .........Wanda Peters ...Virginia McDonnell ...Elpha Schievelbein .....Patricia Kapaun ..............Elwood Ideker ...............Agnes Gilmore ...Stanley Putzke, May Senner ...........Mary Alice Tinkham ....................Gene Gordon ...Marcia Managen, Melvin Putzke ...................Bob Goodbarn ....Francis Larson, Grant Parker ...................James McNabb ....................Earl Harden . .................... Rachel Getzin Connie Merrigan, Dorothy Dubbe ......Marjorie Moore,Arline Farr .......................Miss Storsve .P 'lb , 62' G M' 4 MQQQWMZ W 0J"'4MV'j'l'.1l.I7m9 i 1 x N L FTIHCRIER STAN The HHi Criern is e weekly newspaper publication issued by the students during tne scnool term and publish ed in the HHumboldt Journaln. lt includes reports of all activities, progress in studies, and humorous events, of Hchool life. Editor-in-Cnief.. Assistant Editor. Editorial Editor. Feature Editor... Exchange Editor.. Class Editor ..... The Dramatics... .... Science.. Social... .MC'1tfl:3..Ll'. Ll. LJ 5 . . English.. Sports... History.. Physics... Economics-.... Library.. Grade Activities. Commercial ...... ...Bob Goodbsrn . . . Arne Manson ...Melvin Putzke ....marcie Mangan .Roger Engelhnrdt ....Elwood Ideker reporters for this year are: .....Virginia Bucnheim ......................Gene Gordon ..Everett Dubbo, lsnda Peters ............Magdalen Spielman ..Mexine Lofswold ..Connie Merrigau ...Lorne Helden ...Helen Harden ..Eleine Woodley ...Lois Tinkham ...Flda Buchheim ..L5nes Gilmore sooo use lauoooconaoosoa :, fs, - .Je - f 1. K .f -.0 HOME EC CLUB Presioent .... ...Dorothy Dubbe - Vice President .......... ...heroine Buus Secretary and Treasurer...Vernique Reecy Social Chairman ......... .... Arline Farr The Freshman and Sophomore Home Economic Students organized a club on November l8, 1936, for the purpose of acquiring social contact and learning the art of enter tainment. It is under the supervision of Miss Bergin, Home Economic instructor. Pupils of the Home Economic classes automatically become members of the Club. 4 The Home Economic Class Il huve received pins with the emblem HHome Economicsn representing full-pledged membership. The Class I students received their blue and gold- membership badges on the twelfth of March. A greet event of this organization was the Mother- Daughter Christmas Forty. -56- DECLAMATION I Agnes Miss Storsve Ftsnley Yvonne The increased interest in the declamatory contest was evident by.the number that took port in it this year. There were three divisions, drametic, poetry,end oratory. The contestants in these were: Ada Kluck, Marcella Fox, Agnes Gilmore, Mercelle Meyer, Mary Tinkham, Yvonne O'Dea, Lavon Fehlheber, Mary Preston, Patricia Kapaun, Dorothy Barnes, James McNabb, Peter Gortmeker, Stanley Putzke, Ray Peters and Martin Gilmore. The winners of the High School contest were: Yvonne O'Dea, Dramatic: Agnes Gilmore, Poetry: Stanley Putzke, Oratory. These three students went to Bridgewater to compete in the district contest. Agnes Gilmore end Stnnley Putzke received two points. Yvonne O'Dee, Chosen to speak among the winners that evening, received three points for our school. -5'?- 4 .4 1 .f ff' - J, ,, ,. -A -3 if Iv .j 4: ' :.:' " . ,A , .r A Q. I I ' . , i , I , Q' gf- .r J., .. 2 . .- N- ' , ,, ,,-1" xc :nb , , z: .fvkl A.-. .I 1, . g-1. ' f ' ' ' 5- 'f2'1"2,- .1E:E2's'3E5!' ',. f "5'f5"f-" '.EEi.'23-gf-""" l .J -, -"'g - .... ..-- .- ..' "A 'S f . - .914 , , Q- x --21' --:::::: - :. . lil ! ,,,'5?5w5:jg--'. , .9-5e:::55?5::::iQC I N ,- i I U 4. .uf '- 4. 1 '1 ,:':'i11'-A".?'f :Q ' , "?""' 3- '5' " ?:'2il35,:Z: 'J' ?"'?. - . fr" .1 .i-'-"".7'74 1 2s l'f"fW 1 - fl if, .. ,. - 1 --f' ff., 1 Q . 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Marjorie Moore Jack Benton... ...Elwood Ideher Mrs. Karley ..... ................. ... .... Wanda Peters George Karley... ............... 4 ...... ...Everett Dubbe PhODUCTION STAFF Directer .............................. ...... Miss Storsve Stage Manager ............................ Roger Engelhardt Assistant Stage Manager ....................... Earl Harden Designers .............. Lois Tinknam and Virginia Buchheim Property Man .................................. Gene Gordon Musical Director ..... .................... Mildred Slocum Advertising Manager .... .... Elaine Woodley Roger Melvin Connie Elwood Everett Bob Agnes Storsve Marjorie Marcia Wanda Earl Elda -50- Un- '."'-v-.1.i- A, r, r geigieff S ,.-Y N,e , - . ' 'J '::"""'-' .gf ' 'Xu -rx?-'iff-rf 1 .. '-"' Q ' ,,-ff" -- Q,-f e .... . -- 11.1 ,-f" - . " ,.,. . .-To Q r t,ftv,f , ,f ffffii is " "A' " 'g -5 I ix: XZ 'I I .I ali,-. . if -:gf '.'- glxxgl -' . Mi ,E if .-Q.: 'Jf""' "' gg 1 1 ! 1' 'ff""?i7il'9 iff' , r e '-' M33 - .- 1'-gr wi'f1' 5' A Ai f'f2.'L""".'!-ll'Qlf"'o"' r5Ff'g"" " , 1-Qf',m, 7?, H H H r , 6. L, A L L N D 1: A TEQQV . 'If ,?,.. P 4,-'lb sept: '7 A days vacation. Since no ggi, nf" ,af "Qf,xw-5 labor :Ls allowed, many took the day arf Q. 1: f"fg -Lili so seriously that they haven't labor- '5--- 1 id 5.1 ' L' ed since. 'L L, '---sftfy , 07 A ' 1 -. C- N- .5-.4 2 j ve- I Lt. 30 1 W eff' vf! 956 "Pioneer" wins third place in the State.l937 Q.. -qiors carry I home the honors from Brool-:in s. Q ' ' :fn 431110-N ' , 53. "1 ' ' D '1':'g3bD"x April 8 The Junior play was present ye--,I0gf' I ed. Tue terrifying name,"Merry Death" .- if f . LJ ,ff '1'l'l ' scare one row' aw as ou ww +1 C Q a, y -',l-F, pjxsi t " 41' might think it would. A ' ' 5 Q' 461' I HG' -4- ----'1::::'f..l S' .. UF? 12:55 ,1 ,' 1 ' ni dlfk W -". ' '73 Aj," , 1.-,fmng og. ' ' " Dam? ,- ggibxrf y Q - Q4 ,f A new - . ,y r 4" f If-4, 'D ,,.fff N - "ff, , YEQB X - ' Y " I ,f ff! TINN I If . K - b 1.1 ff :nu 'ii 'Ad rg X V T V . 1 1: f If., frgfl If 'FQ . , .. V X ' K" 'f - U 6 4 -- 4' x.f,'8f':1f'Xx , If - X :E ' - 1 rfntx-x . lm, -.-A---ti .Qin :L ' ' ' l ' -. , .?.Q:...C.- CAR 4 . t yy .- 1 f -fav . 1, +539 r r r - ..u. 'rn iv--1,-3 Z' ' V J, Jimi W , ff. H v I . K .4 "'. X ':, " ' , A fit?" I . I 1 A Fi- 45' ci: o o ff 0 Oumfo :N o o 0 0 0 "S .zfiiffih QQOO of-xl U 3 O O A 0 57.5 '0 'I I If -' 5,552 'fl g:u:1:g::3::::':5gg5g:::I-59':::::::::::. 'A :Eg ' ., .9 TOKJQHPPWHY Q . M mmm snow "lawn 'E "AA 'q"' A .mu A PEB. x A' -' April 12 Music that is why, the girls Glee Club ' contest at Madison. Oh, boys look so blue. The is in Madison. May 24 "Class Night". iiflwllg' of I Seniors display tneir powers uf lg-A ing, Oh, Yes, even worse tneir eroomlng ability. May 26 "Commencement" It's a dey that has been anticipated since the first week of September, 1956. In fsct, the Seniors have looked forward to this since September, 1955. 'L 4-A fq -fr .4 9 E v H l f f- f if T f- -. ' ii '- N iff.. -fs. E3 . V '-:SAFE .,. - , ,, H x . F - 56,- . - M, , u In N , " fn! ' -9 V . 'S ,, +A' Lb fo o A: QI' 2- " 1' if OF EVENTS yi, ,sf "" Ili- -- F A , o - eeee 4 W ff we ' .145 . ' W .,., 0 l -'I' I 'e,,'6N'T MP1 I -mfs. f vT6Udr N - 64- -1, JUNIOR 55 mea swoon 4 On the evening of May 8,the Juniors ushered the Seniors on board ship in the gymnasium,where they were entertained in sailors style. Blue fish nets and silver anchors decked the wall,while the class motto appeared in silver letters on a large blue life saver.Thirteen sailor maids from the Freshmen class waited on the tables. The menu was as follows: Rum Breaded Veal Cutlets Potato Rosettes Harvard Beats Celery Curls RddiSh Roses Hot Rolls Butter Tomato Salad and Salutines Angel Food Cake Whipped Cream Strawberries Nuts Coffee When each guest had eaten his fill, Master of Cerem onies,Francis Larson took charge of the following program Toastmaster......................Francis Larson Tap Dance........ ..... .... ...... Dickie McNabb Song.............. .... . ........... . .... Sextette Jean Goodbarn, Eva Ideker, May Senner, Lavon Fehlhaber, Dorothy Dubbe, Mary Tinkham. Toast Charting Your Course..... .. All Bon The The ocooss n o 0 u A Aboardtiilluoloctbo lo Voyiigeoooo ODII Ol ll Check-Up.....,... C.pt1in'S Tall... ... Elwood Ideker .James McNabb .Yvonne O'Dea ...Mr. Berman ...Mr. Hunter Elda Buchheim Piano Solo.. .... ..... .......... Bonnibelle Fritz Vocal Solo.....................Miss Cruickshank Reading of Mills and Prophecies .... Bob Cnalberg ..6g"j.. SENIOR ACTIVITY WEEK The last week of' school proved to be a memoriable one in the experiences of all the Seniors. BFXCCAL AUREATE The Baccalaureate Services were held at eight o'clock on Sunday evening, May 25, at the High School Auditorium, The sermon was given by the Reverend Father Manning of Humboldt. CLASS Nl14QwP'iT Of somewhat lighter nztuve :as the Class Day program given Monday Evening, May 24th..n portion of the program, class history,class wills and class propheCies,was deval- ed to voicing the appreciation the Seniors had for all those who made their education possible. It also set up a goal for many individual members to strive for. CCJIVIIvIENCEMENT The Commencement Address was given on Wednesday evening, May 26, by Karl E. Mundt of Madison, So. Dak., who is the national president Senior class motto, HW: Have Lies Before usH,was displayed of the Forensic League, The Crossed the Say, the Ocean on a large life saver belt. The Senior colors. blue and silver, as well as their class flower, the pink carnation were displayed by means of the decorations an the stage. -66 - I-n 'W Nl f -Q.. ... V-.-.. f5EN!CDR PR5DFf!EQ!Ei Fore Sea Myna has gladly donated her powers of lift- ing the veil of the future. just for a second, which we wilbxl spend looking, into the future of the class-of' 19157. l I .'g 1,1 A S Bob Goodbarn-has been awarded the title ' of Sir Walter by gallantly carrying the members of the fairer iex over mud puddlesg Lois Tink- i A up ham- o teacher in Colton is announcing her engagement to Everett Dubbe, minister 1 ..:.b. in I in the Holy Rollerfk Cj'1L'2l"Ci'l at Buffalo Trading Post' 'Ukgnes Gilmorevceach- ,fd dx4P1ng English to the little hill billies seek A , Qu in the Ozark Mountainsgl Lorna Heiden-famous woman ' ,stil 1, track star at Mad- Qfifl.-bison Square Gar- -, 5" 55:55 . fi . ' f' J 55:55 , 552 V. fl-', T. den ,, Maxine L,ofswoldff"Y?"'3x burlesque dancer on Broadwayg Wanda Petersvnnm now playing in K 5 ' H 59 f W-3 the production "The Woman In The Sheen- N Q , M K, is J --I . .ws- Aff? Elaine Woodley- y, -, appily married and kyx neg-17331 the proud moth- of six childreng A J :Eli-lpv? Q " 'L , Mildred !5locum- Im Mannequifnu for the Gordon Syndicate f r.wa' Corporation for Parisian Evening Gowns ' 2, rj. hx 9L4AAfv Elwood Idekerfm arker for Bingling pffgiiiwjp Brothers Side b1'1J'f.'l:3 -lQg5-. ,Eg-, . 67 -67- - M'--,ham ,,,,,, , -. -.0 -aus:--s...-up--11-2 .,,.. , Q -A.. 17" ,,...4-f If Y MORE PROPHEC IES aiu ff Helen Harden-touring, une United St41teS,4 lecturingm on the, preservation of the blincli knqmice and erifiplevd raboite ciriveg ul gil'-1125 N, . , spielmvgh -running a not dog stnnd ag, Gimmersi . Virginia Buc1meim-sec- retary at the Booik and Stntionery Companyg Marjoriemoaz-ee fr rQ.:a5:ry maid in 'Wfsbofiii J , -i L.. .ls Arline Farr -1f.o1-,Ld H1152 renowned Metropal- ,fiery -- -Jr -- ,rf I 31"-'V -""' tan Opera Singerg fu-f Erda Buchheixn-still teaching seneel in the Well- i -zngwn District 22. i,,Ii':4 5? She has been teaching, school for 'twenty yeerrs nnd If is in hopes of' either Fi promotion or Q husbendg 3:-?'k'5"'39 Ar . EEK Melvin Putzke- 'vi' pugilist, bL1I'I1StOI'm1Ilg , h 'A in lg Model T5 QQ, Earl HEf1I'd6I1-'Iv'ZT.1tQI'.- Win- "' 'h1's succesk sorg Roger "'A Engel11a.rat-- protesting the 7 Drake ' 7 4 Estate wiizn 'the Exmgelhardt, ftneory of say quitg Connie eler1'igan,tiecior1dlxh.4nd F560 derler, bf' s,p.iscia1i.:ging' in Civicsgiai' booksg Mar- 'Qi cle fihillghdlll- neg 1,iarnce'Ei3, R' 1. .A :, at the fuzz. ' n -68- rbgyf . S ,, ,,..... ,. ,-..,...--- '- "ff 1--r -1 I RH-v-va'KY"V 'Vi 'X i TTY? i- X- 'wi N X ' F n X faxfsfwf' -J 'P 1 xsr f'-J.J. 1 ..l. N N pWe, the Senior Class of l937, f,out to leave these 1 revered halls, do hereby will and bequeath these valued possessions to our successors, the Juniors. Elda Buchheim relinquishes her Shirley Temple appear lance to Gladys Hales. Everett Dubbe wills his red shirt and school teach- ing ability to Francis Larson and John Persing respective Y lY Earl Harden wills his behavior in class to Rosella lSpielmann. - e Bob Goodbarn wills Jeanne Feyder and his towering frame to Bob Chalberg and Arne Manson respectively. Lorna.Heiden wills her dancing ability to May Senner Gene Gordon wills his blackened moustache to HMajN .McDonnell. -Helen Harden wills her exotic sex appeal to Virginia .Berry. Elaine Woodley till: her tiny feet to Eunice Martin.y Elwood Ideker wills his discarded red polka dot vest to Stanley Putzke, to be worn on Sunday and Holidays ex-y clusively. . Maxine Lofswold mills her book on Whom and when to be a Ladyn, to Virginia McDonnell. 1 t Roger Engelhardt wills his patent leather hair to + Cecil Farr. l l Virginia Buchneim wills her eyelashes to Elva Pipp- ettn ' l Y 1 Cornelius Alonzo Thomas Merrigan wills his Hot Cha Rythm Swing to Michael Horace Even. Melvin Putzke wills his Charles Atlas physique tow Chuck Crippen and Alton Johnson. Agnes ciimore wills ner Curly rea hair to Em11X Harms. Magdalen Spielmann nills her poetic fame to Dorothy Lindenburg. l Arline Farr mills her position as Prof Bormans' R.H. onto Daphy Groeneveld. Q Mildred Slocum wills her late hours to Grace Kapaun and Josephine Kruce. Lands Peters wills her knee action and air flowl stride to Yvonne 0'Dea. N Marjorie Moore mills her love for blondes with glass- -es and her note writing ability to Shirley Tweed. e Lois Tinkham wills her mimic art to Irene Larson. Marcia Mangan wills her inxeriority complex mari Wwe .. ...a.-5,1 '- vIlNEobnt 4fU7UH1 C37ZQ2a, QMfH'Sf mm . g 'MC' 7 wife- ..,, E C y , ..,.,1L.A:y' -C 9, of f ' ' U C- to Lynette Even. ibn .L . Z . 45 ff" . J 1 lhzhi ,.-4 ,.:.-' NI ,-5 ' E , is ,f isoq' J i :Sf 1. .5 il. .. . L. n. x F .I 1 .1 ,. .v. Ivigi .N S .4 'm an -..-. vv . .VA Q 1 .'-A 35.1 .ng fx. .H kg . -x 1 Qgg. FW ,Hoey v , . .1 N.. .xi zu E 72:7 V :,lW.,. .,A. A ll .. 3 ,. .-L. 511. Xiu- -:E-rj 4-'Q 2.4 . - at ,-.QW - wg.. V X, ' . ' 652245 E155 ' - " ' f A 5333 scHooL aauuerom A o .ff u . Q 0 - -. - 'V ' f- 0 bee and Hear Founo: A LiV1CS if gi g Operettici voice . book wi cnout Con- The Juniors if of the Humboldt nie Me rriguu' s as ill have a ' C162 Cm: MW -..4 their usual K ' , at 'tne Opera L o ' 0 weelcly party 1 .11 ' Lgbllted. rear .- l . . I , 3 .M . - la 5111151 bleocheill gg . ,,-fo'X'F'1 Fuchsia Lightf f. .- 0 V A ,X 1 gf? rrv 5001? iisiuluy . If ' ' ,ass o fo f Kg- f Leu. 772'-'-, K L '- Q for LJ ' , Homoa ROLL. Mar 5 ZW ' K 07M""L""7 o '- U 'fnti' . f.J-gif o Lgstk 5 4 X N oth oo e 0 ..............o--1M, 8: 'pznci-lip Vote for Lvo. ,no 1 ggggltslsgaggg 3 1 L woo A Q ce: ------- . ,A -W L l cl f or u 1 V A 2 t KIM and Mqr'snQ,l Cuaeilhc M5 o ' of gum. Re - i turn' to A Yvonne O' Deo e A ' .Y ' fa - 0 -4 'Ns - " f 53 tl '-' For bale " ' Li A' Dlscarded slnce lI"1- . - 111- -'-- '- ' A . OH iiiaff-CK H Gourtsey' Cdr!! m?S:'eS on Ong Ride in Comfort A Q b1"i..1dS . -.... oo Melvin mrzkeo R: 2 . Ur,- LL Frosnmen Boys . 31- e ' Q 0 M ' A Q Fines Due -F114 , . . . . - 5555? 0 A o o 0 J. . V1 5211115 ond Mliie- , , 1 mented for purxing over ten o minutes in the nolls. if A good strong booze I2 .' E.a.wood , Joe and mari 'fy ith o a nord cover' for turowing books , yor a 'F Lgg1gt.nb...Li o 45,1 oooh. i Q3 bat, Signed 3 . Chorlos-for steoilng o Sf' SWE? - - r' ' , H. oger Engelhardt 1 SQ-flflffe-1 dt D0I'0thY .. Q fm 53 " Everett Dubbe o Harden -. , gm - ,-,- g. :1,-. .-..- L - 'rr--vr . ar,-.V .-,.- -vo J. -M -- --1-1-., ,, -,-. - ',-,u-,1v.- 1- .--w,.. up -nf. -. -.-. ,Q-'--f.-.-qv-:r v-x'fH---211:-1:.,.1, .. ...T-'55, --o' " 4 'o"., Henry Peters He has a disposition that is hard to beat In spite of r-in, wr snof, or dust, or slant The scnooi is always clean ind neat, As long as we have our friend HPete.W Cleanin', 'or dustin', is not his only feat, The extent of his patience is renily unique, One of his good points no longer you seek, If you notice the wsy the odmere greets HFete.H -7i- .-- -. 1-I ' -I ' ' ' -,Y pg -1 f 1' 1 1 -f 1 H -i g"'A""""'9Y ""'Q' V i'A l 1 iv? rj.-:ti L. ...vTj,,.,,,.:.,..,.g L1 1 Lp ,' "- -" Y 14' " , V -, I f -In n-g-:IL 71-nn-au 1, nu- -r ' T. pd L,'J "1 -'Ill-C - ...Y , - 1-' -1"-fr Ye rw' - ' " 4' " ' f' ax Vff1T'sfhAr 'Tx r D 5, ax .1 .C L P .J I Il V L V- 1- 1 '1 11 ,,'ll.Y 'E ' 71 3 ' I 1- Y Ll V i- , jitd, 1 ii x if" Y ' i' 1 LW I 'U' fl Z V H. ff I Q 1 "I, . l Y A Y l L l r :sam V --.... .-Q.-..i...- -.. - ....... Y ............ Wi,.L.Liam H5 Crippen Post Ido. 62 AMERMZAN LEGICDN Presents LEGKOFV' G!-XM DAY an Annual Celebration FIHUIQSDAY JUNE '17, -1937 HUHIPICLDT, oUU'3Tii D.1iiOTI-. 'rm:r:,',Lx:f,o om so SABAND CM WE APPRECIAIE Iona BUDINESS AND H oua AIM IS I0 QLEASI you WITH ous PRODUCTQ I oERVICB R.F.mUcKLEa QQQII ,-.,- -.. .-.Ml -L- , , I 9 X Xi-A ,,,,, ,fx -P fi 2 531 I oo 'ID -fl, Dr .B . M. Howg It PLAYS 1 no look well - Physician Zi: Surgeon Let us do your 7X b:.r-ber woric N K Humboldt, S.D. 7 YC'D 'YAIIIIJED ':Q, -', .-44 L.w ' -. 1 . QQIQQII hun conaogs FITTED -4, -. 1 , , - ,N ' -.-.....-,-,-n ....... .......- ..- , ..... -Y - --W WEEE? 1,011 eg' 011,01 I VT I' ' ' EJ? BIMPI " mul.-gil A a I I Bank money'orders are rapidly growing in favor as a safe, convenient form of' re- mittance. They cost less than fordinary X money orders and you do not have to make - out an application. p" Benx moneyeorders are especially liked I , nw by geople who do not carry checking dc- s ,,Mg5, counts- They give bonking prestige and can g wifi If be needily ensued dnywhere. ' BANK of 133, RUMEOLDI DQUTH DAKOTA vvum-It-nm- I I In X 8 p sin I 1 ...y Q , g -,J rv QV ,L-., ,fa 'ir 4 FN" 'X',V.Y as 'Q jffj If 'J fd' in g 1'fL.1n31fC1'i,Ul , .Di-..-. . HOME OF WUALIIY miacnhmorsz Qy ' x'X' :arf x' f'f s1NcE 1901. I IHAL -J-'UU lvf-' Ball Band Rubbers PRESCRIPTION Wolverine Horse Hide Shoes Rolling Hosiery and Ladies ' DRUGS Underthings " Munsingwear U CANDIES Dakotah Brand Groceries Jersild Knit Goods MAGAZINES Portis Hats R Cops r Lee Overalls FOUNTAIN SERVICE Chicago Woolen Mills. ' fMade to measure suits and Overcoats.J y Try the Drug Store First Allen A. Underwear end . Hosiery for Men. O.G.LIPPERT Ph.C. .lii E. A. TILGNER' L. P. Mlsrfaas Q V- fl' Y ,,, , , FARMERS ELEVATOR CCLQ ' HUMBOLDT 'RUTH DAKOTA A DEPENDABLE FIRM Av. ' 1 n' QW I X. GRAIN, FLOUR, OLQDD, Pesos ' SALT, TWINE, COAL and CUQTOM GRINDING J. P. MODOMJELL, mmqshcfga l I , IQGBPMGHWWX GARA6E r UBBIE IWERKb, PRGPRIETOR 5 BLOCKS EAST OF MAIN aIRLET Complete and relioble service and repairs on autos,trucKs, and trdctorS.' Gas station in connection UNION CENTER GAS STATION H STORE PHUNE LETUOLEH DO YOUR TRUCKING 2-A O.S.CROWELL 1- , , YY, , Y , TILGNER I furuzm, Omfcvofg 'Q -1-.-...-l.. HOSPITAL CILLO Axewgaan AMBULANCE SERVICE FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCnSIONb gnome L9 For H U A mood Cgg of Coffee 2 .A l. . ,. H.-mi.. O., M B 0 L D T H O T E , AND C O F F E E S H O P' 44+ Our Home Cooking will Please You ",. " gi' I as--me Q9! 1-.. y Cin:-wg,,,fiw.1a:19 Louise Goodbarn ' l Proprietor . . 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L, I . 1 Permanent Waves a Speciality Q biouxb FALLS, so. Dm. f, f, X U V g-. .5- , k'.:1u', J :,. :K-,,,i' 4,q.' ,4f,.l ..,. :. 24 F' AJQD .5 IQJHS, . nil? vans L 4 Congratulations Humboldt High School and tne Class of 1937. ,-,--.--- Individuully, mpg fe Bc of service and M I6l5LLIM on You. 1 E T TE Lgsosv. 5550515 Y Dil.L.I-i.ZE2GiER A HUMBOLDT DENTIST V, THEATRE A GOOD QHOW BROUGHT TO ' AUMBULDT ON FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK BY THE WUEB- BEN BROS. THEATRE CIR- CUIT1 IN HUMBOLDT ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK WUEBBEN BROS. i PROP THE FINE TEXTURE OF THE PICTURES IN THIS' ANNUAL SPEAK FOR THE EXCELLENT WORK DONE BY CLAUDE MALLORY OF THE MAQLORY bTUDIO,, MADISON, bOUTH DAKOTA as 'W n ""r" ' ' 'W f 11 - l We, the ' members,ot the 1937 Annual Staff, wish to extend our appieciation to those tho have aided inl yisnng 11: possible no ed-it 3 affdssdspecially wish. to thank tlxqshghk Vlndiylduals and firms who have A our annual for advertising. We hope they will benefit from this kindness. ,--. . . K X 7: 5 'Q 5 lwgl: Administration... Advertising. Annual Staff BaCCui,ur9,te..... .i3ELIld ........ Board of Education... Calender of Events... Curnivulf... Cheer Leader Class Night. Classes ..... Clubs ....... Commencement Curriculum.. Declamation. Dedication.. Faculty ..... anyone one n ol 0 0 can sooo School Bulletin... Foreword.... Freshmun.... Freshman Class Photo.... Freshman OffiCers...... Glee Club... ovens Hi Crier Staff... Home Ec Club Journalism.. Juniors ..... Junior Class Photo....... Junior Officers and Story Junior Play. Junior-Senior Bsnquet.... Music ....... Organization Prophecies.. Janitor ..... Review of Se School Life. Seniors ..... Senior Class Senior Honor Senior Class Senior Play. son.... Officers... students... History.... L14 one Oli 6 72 52 66 42 .8 64 62 49 66 54 66 .9 57 .3 ll 70 .4 34 36 37 45 55 56 50 26 28 29 61 65 40 38 67 71 48 58 14 16 24 25 60 W Kffgjff my Sophomores ....... 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